Last fall, the Camden Council (London) considered a law, in response to a handful of complaints, that would make it all but impossible for street musicians to play their instruments:
… the council wants to restrict performances to between 10:00 and 21:00.
Under the proposals, anyone who wants to play a wind instrument — apart from the flute and the recorder — would need a special licence, as would all percussion instruments. Any form of amplification would be banned.
That proposed law led to a lot of understandably upset musicians, but it was passed last week.
Now, a few kazoo players think they’ve found a way around the law: They just created their own church: